How many ampere-hours in 1 Faraday constant?
The answer is 26.801483305556.
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The SI derived unit for electric charge is the coulomb.
1 coulomb is equal to 0.00027777777777778 ampere-hours, or 1.0364268820905E-5 Faraday constant.
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1 ampere-hours to Faraday constant = 0.03731 Faraday constant
10 ampere-hours to Faraday constant = 0.37311 Faraday constant
20 ampere-hours to Faraday constant = 0.74623 Faraday constant
30 ampere-hours to Faraday constant = 1.11934 Faraday constant
40 ampere-hours to Faraday constant = 1.49245 Faraday constant
50 ampere-hours to Faraday constant = 1.86557 Faraday constant
100 ampere-hours to Faraday constant = 3.73114 Faraday constant
200 ampere-hours to Faraday constant = 7.46227 Faraday constant
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In physics and chemistry, the Faraday constant (named after Michael Faraday) is the magnitude of electric charge per mole of electrons. While most uses of the Faraday constant, denoted F, have been replaced by the standard SI unit, the coulomb, the Faraday is still widely used in calculations in electrochemistry.
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